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133 pieces, far C20.
' BPEOIALTIsWr -
KM Fixture!. Mirrore, ate. ,
Quadruple-plated Knives, Cestorltte.
Uotel sad Steamboat Wini
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Ml rrmrr. nnyiti, Tenn.
Our Aiiraciions in tho Above Goods Consists of
Ui 'Heavy, French Cotton,
.BOYS' MERINO AND CASHMERE SOCKS
v " A SPECIALTY.
fSnecaesor to MItohell, Hoffman A Co.) hi th Unrest ni beat aaaortad Monk f
CARPETS, CUnTAIHS, GIL-CLOTH3
: is Tins sotmi, at
MAIN STREET : :
GOODKEAR'S LITER TONIC!
S ': If taken w'iere oold flrat seicos apon the
pereon, will anstop the pores, looen op
the bowels and thereby produce healthy re
action preparatory for the reooption of that
SOOTHING and EFFECTUAL of all REMK-
; DIKS. . , ; .V . ' , , . '
' PINE TAR COUGH BALSAM,
Aoertnin onre for all diseases of the THRO IT
and espeolally Chronic LUNG AJFFKCTIONS.
Try it an I yon will be convinced. It is ploas
ant to the t.iste, agreeable to the stomach,
and efleotuil In removing all obstructions to
the .RRONCHUii TUBES. CHILDREN
.1 LOVB IT. 50s and II a bottle.
Livermore Foundry & Machine Company
, ISO to 174 Adam8 Street, Memphis, Teaii.
t'otioii Ircffe, Necmpni and Pinions rr Olu Genring, Horn
Towers, (lotion ;!, jv.ngine. Means I'limim. Bihh Goods,
, fipe mid Haius". Jcl I'arapn, llauoorlt InnplralorM,
Uovernoi-H, Iron nnd Itrais CnsHiiKN, Urneral
IC-:tlrft nnd ever tiling la Itae line. ,
tf-RKKt) FOR CTAL"flHK. 1 7w39
DODO EC. TRADER.
D. C. TEADER & CO.,
C,o tto xi Factors
334 Front Dtreet, (Iffagnolia Block), Hempb.ii, Tena. 1 78diw
C. NKELY. ." , S. U. BUOOK3. HTM. NEKLY
BROOKS, NEELY & CO.,
. ,,..-r ,,,.. WHOLESALE
Gittctirs, Cotton Factors
v. ; AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, .
367 Front Street, :
MEMPHIS BOARD OF TRADE.
XO. 8S6 FKOXT NTRKKT, MEMPHIS.
.(Adjoining Cotton Kbchange).
' '' ''t'-'X" ' ', t' i.i -." BBCTOMl
" HUGH MrCItEA, 15. A. KEELING, SIMOK V. OREEN,Mmtu!a.
TV C. M5LSON. Nakvl, E. . BUDD. of Colller.Fra y 4 Co,, NaBhvllle.
' H.C.GUKDON.B. LANIER, of B. Lanier Ic Co., Nashvillo.
Hnsk MoOcn.rrojiidont, . . E. A. Keeling, Jtlanagrr.
J. M. I.anler, Secrelarj-.
Cotton, Grain & Provisions on Commission.
Will make a epcUIity it execution ordera for
delivery of (fain and provisions in tae Uhicago
- the Now York market.
HILL JONTAINE & CO.,
296 and 233 Front St.,
Real HSstate Brolier
- c. V.,tJAH. forma fn rant and Kiln H fr V, norm tOftiOTi tfl th lift Ilk
t Oommeroo. Union led Hanters UiinU, tfermn auonai nan, jnaDoaiuni uu wu
mines men of Mcmphia.
Running, Gas and Gtcsm Fitting
1 ' PUMPS, PIPES,
J, W. X. BROWNE,
: Wholksali and
Rinvf. Ranaes. Mantels and Grates,
M anufacturer of Plain & Japanned Tinware, Copper & Sheet Iron Ware.
A Well Selected Stock of Lanterns, Lamps, Lamp Chimneys, Etc
Aacst for the Celebrated
Vatvu's Ooolilns XXixngo.
884 Main Street, Hempbia, Tenn.
vr Roofln. Outtorinit. Repairs, etc, promptly attended to. t 7
TELEPHONE TO J. A. SIGMAIG0,
BOLE AOENT FOR THE
F DHAuD FRESH OYSTERS
Alwaya Fnll and Treats. '
Also Dealer in Fish, Game, Venison Steaks, Veniion Hams,
Venison Koasts, Celery and Poultry, Etc.
Free Iollvery to all pari of the elfy.-.
JOHN A. SIGNAIG0, 278 and 280 Second Street,
Heavy winter Fancy.
low prices. .
: Memphis, Tennemi
Eureka Pile Liquid !
ForBHnJ.BloeUint and Itohlog Pilei.whether
Internal or external. A inro, iafe and apasdr
remedy. Try it end be convinced. Price, $1
Dr. Eollett'a Vegetable Tonic Specific
Are now well known aa a tare, iafe and apeedy
ramedy for all KIDNEY and UrinaryDiseaaea.
None ever ne them without speaking ef their
efficiency. 8KND FORCIR0ULAR. tO-and-4
II 50 box; 8 boxes for 14. Call at Good.
jmr'H phnrinacr. 2ixxtr2dAw
JOHN A. FLEECE.
Paid Xl capital, sbd.ooo."
the purchase or salo of contracts for the future
meract, ana lor canon lor luiure aeiirary in
110 South Main St.,
ST. LOUIS, no.
40 Madison SW,
ixtail dxilku rw
Hardwart, Hollow-Ware and Castings
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE: SATURDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 26, 18811
Colonel E. W. Colo, in an inter
view with a representative of tho At
lanta Constitution, states that tb
company has comploted at Memphis
one ot the highest elevators in the
South. We have always understood
that tho elevator was built by Mem
phis merchants. Appeal, 26.
And wo understand that the Mem
phis & Charleston railroad lessees,
in their individual capacity, hold a
bare majority of the stock in tho
The branch of the Southwestern
Benefit Guild, at Ashville, North
Carolina, came up promptly with its
indebtedness to the central office hero
the other day. .' Two new members
were also added. . Tho amount f omit
ted, less cost of collection, was about
which, when received, was as
usual added to the gcnoral fund in
bank. When the Scorctary oalled
Judge Snecd's attention to the entfy,
a broad smilo is said to have spread
all over his oountcnanoe. The J udge
first saw tho light in North Carolina,
and only two or throe years ago te
spent part of a summer at Atthville,
which , only increased a mutual ad
miration that had long existed.
f Manchester, Coffee county, has a
new paper, the Times, and it is opposed
to the 100-3 iniquity. 'This makes
forty-four papers in tho 8tato on that
side. The Ledger is not so lonesome
a it was last year. "The cry is, still
they come," but we havo yet lo hoar
of a new paper or old ooe going to
the , aid of that notorious pieco
of legislation. It is just
as certain to fall to the
ground by some means or other, as
the little sickly apples that ripen first
under a June sun. It is wrong in
every sense and will be so adjudged
by the people, who make and unmake
legislatures. Even it it ia technically
constitutional it will be set aside, and
rendered joid and inoperative. The
peoplo have come up manfully and
paid their taxes. The bondholders
organs take this as an evidence that
the 100 3 is approved. They are either
greitly mistaken or guilty of gross
misrepresentation. The low tax coun
ties in Middle lenuessoo and othor
parts of tho Stato have paid as
promptly as tho counties that were
carried for John V. Wright or Haw
kins. Why? Beciuso (1) they art
law-abiding, and (2) to avoid tho
heavy penalties. The Ledger ad
vised this course months ago, and
the peoplo in every county fell into
this way of thinking. It does
not follow that they will elect men
who indorse tho 100 3, and will raio
the rate of taxation tosixty orscventy
five cents in order to meet the interest
demanded by tho bondholders. We
take it for granted, without any ful
some flattery on the one hand or un
necessary argument on the other, that
the Supremo Court as now consti
tuted will doits duty. Tho members
individually are understood lo be State
Credit men, but wo are not aware
that they aro committed to any par
ticular schemo or mothod by which
the'namo or tho true intent of State
credit is to be maintained. The 100-3
act, should it ever come belore thom,
will doubtless bo viewed in tho cold,
calm light of law. Whether the case
ill be advanced or permitted to tako
its course, wo Lave not too slightest
idea or iutimation; nor do we give
that matter any particular thought
Tbo incro tact ot tho measure
being found constitutional would cot
make it jest, practicable or endurable.
Many a constitutional law has been
repealed, and many that exist unre
pealed are dead and inoperative. If
the people condemn this settlement it
is already a dead letter, and such we
hold is the ease.
Ma. John M. Patrick, an honored,
old citizen, who dropped out of the
active pursuits of life about five years
ago, died peacefully and painlessly at
half cast ten o'clock last niiiht at his
residence on Union street. From
sketch prepared by himself, to be read
before tho "Old Folks at Homo Soci
ety," we find that he was born near
Jefferson, in Jefferson county, Georgia,
January 20th 1804. He was, there
fore, nearly seventy-eight years old.
lie was removed with bis father's
family to Giles county, Tennessee, in
1810. In 1S25 ho became a clerk
in a store, and in 1S2G he married a
Miss Masscy. In 1S23 he became a
partnor with his brother-in-law, E. M.
Masscy, and so continued for
two years. Afterwards ho con
ducted business alono very suc
cessfully for several years. The
panio of 1S37 found him with many
debts owing bim. Ho was paid off in
bankrupt notices and considerably
crippled. Mr. Patrick removed to
Mom phis in 1811 reaching hero on the
9th of October. Ho formed a partner
ship with John S. Clayton, whom he
had partly raised. They opened a dry
goods store on Exchange Square on
Poplar street opposito tho old Ex
change Hotel, then kept by General Me
Mackin, the famous hotel man. They
afterwards sold out to John and Sam
Martin with whom Mr. 1 atrick en
gaged in the cotton aud commission
business. This was mutually profita
bio. Afterwards he was engaged in
business on his own account, and some
years handled as high as 23,000 bales
of cotton. He was a large and success
ful operator, but had his ups and
downs like other men. When the
war canio on h becamo a member of
the vigilanco committee that
existed ' for a time. When
tbo Federals entered Memphis
he went South, and located at Cahaw
ba, Alabama, where his wife died
during the war. Ho was at one time
an Alderman, and it is said that be
was the first Secretary of the Chamber
of Commerce. In early days he was a
member of the velunteer fire depart
ment. In all the relations of life he
was a truo man, and was always re
garded as a public spirited and leading
citizen, lie was not a member of any
Church, though a regular attendant at
tho Second Presbyterian Church for
many years. II is privato life was
irreproachable, and it is said that he
was never known to utter an oath or
to do an act not within the strictest
bounds of morality. Alter tho war
he re engaged - in business, but
never recovered bis lost fortune.
A year or two ago be was injured by a
fall and over after had to walk on
cratches, though this was not
tho cause of hu death. Only a few
weeks ago he was on the streets. His
funeral will take plaoc from the Sec
ond Presbyterian church at three
o'clock to-morrow afternoon. Peace
and honor to his memory.
The market for cotton to day is
strong, holders asking higher prices
and buyers , offering Jo above official
quotations, which offers, ai far as
heard, were declined, in anticipation
of the market ruling rtill higher.
Several of pur most prominent cotton
buyers are of opinion that the value
of the staple is destined to advance
materially at an early day, and they
are inolined to the short crop esti
mates, ranging from five to not
exceeding fivo and a half millions
of balci. The indications all
point, they declare, to an unusually
early marketing of the cntiro crop.
While at present receipts keep well
up, they do not expect them to con
tiaue so much longer. Indeed, it is
confidently believed that the receipts
will very soon exhibit a marked de
crease, and that tho supply will be
inadequate to tho demand. Whether
or not this is the correct view to take
of the future of priocs, it is very cer
tain tnn tne picking season is
almost over, even in tho riohest
valley ' ' lands, and that as
soon as the cotton is ginned and baled
it will all bo ready fur market. Thi
h much earlier than the picking
season ha closed in many years, and
whilo tho crop has been harvested in
better condition than ever before, yet
it is certainly from one-fourth to a
halt less in quantity than either of the
two previous seasons. Thfl-e was an
active demand in this market to day,
but factors were stiff and generally
abovo buyers' views. Tbo tone at
noon was very firm, prices being
advanced Jc as follows: Low ordinary,
71; ordinary, 9; good ordinary, lOj;
low middling, 11; middling, 113; good
middling, 11 J; middling fair, 12.
Liverpool, November 20, 2 p.m.
Cotton hardening, and l-ltid higher.
Uplands, C9-16d; Orleans, C 11-16'd.
Sales to-day, 10,000 bales. Iteooipta,
13,500 bales; American, 12,000 bales.
Futures opened firm and closed very
strong, at i to 3 lo'o abovo yesterday's
New Orleans, November 2C, 11:30
a.m. Cotton firm. Middling, 11 Jo
Receipts to-day, 8,275 bales.! Stock,
New Tork, November 20, 12:40
p m. Cotton opened firm, now quiet.
Ordinary. 9 3-16o; good ordinary,
109-lGo; low middling, 11 e; middling,
lUo. good middling, 12 516c; mid
djinu fair, 13 IMOo; fair, 13 13-lb'c.
Futures are 6tcady at little change
from last evening's closing prices.
Hloek, September 1, 1881 S,1M
Received to d-ty 2,02
Rtoeired previously. 172 975-
Phipped to-day ,
Stock; running acoounl...
Receipts thua far this week 2,902
Koceints thus lar Let wek
To dsy per M. A ('. R. R ...
To-day per M. A T. R. R
To-day porL. A N. R.R
To-day per M. A L. R. R. R
lo-day per (;., U. A S. W. 11. II.
To-dav per steamers
To-day per warona ..,
Thus far this week
Thus lar lust week ,
To-day per M. A O. R. R
To day per M. A T. R. R
To-day per L. A N. R. R
I o-day per steamers north l.lirT
To-day per steamers south 5
To-day per M. A L. R R
Next Wednesday is the anniversary
of St. Andrew, when tho order in
honor of the occasion will hold iheir
annual banquet. After that Christmas
comes in as the next festival.
A Proper Estimate of GnUean.
New York, November 2G.-Dr
Samuel G. Armor, Dean of tho Facul
ty of Long Island College Hospital,
Brooklyn, says in roference to
Guiteau's condition: "The world is
full of Guitehu's illy balanced mentil
monstrosity, compounded of badly
arranged intellectual forces, feeble
moral faculties and enormous self-
oonceit. Such peoplo aro kind of
'missing links' between a low and
irresponsible animal type of brain and
a supreme ideal of perfect humanity.
If such persons aro pronounced irre
sponsible for their deliberately
planned purposes of murder, society
has no longer any safeguards against
the worst element of its population.
Compared with such characters, insane
people are comparatively harmless, for
tbey are usually confined.
Stocks Irregular But Firm
er at Noon.
and Alliance Ripened.
Foreign Df-uiand for Bond lis-
New Yobk, November 2b'. Stocks
somewhat irregular but in the main
firm, upon the renewed talk of the
trunk line troubles and the proba
bility of tho government purchase
of bonds. Kccno is said to have been a
largo buyer of stocks yesterday. Tho
Gould-Uuntington contract forming
an alliance bctwocn the Southern Pa
cific and the Southwestern system was
signed yesterday. A firm of bankers
have given President Jewott proxies
for 48,000 sharca of Erie.
Jewctt ' favors ; the payment
of a dividend on Erie preferred.
Buffalo, Pittsburg and Western will
have a through line to Buffalo by the
middle of January. Insiders con
tinue to be large buyers of St. Paul.
Foreign demand for good bonds is
increasing. A morning papsr says
certain capitalists are ready to buy
control of the Southern Paoifie at a
reasonable price, but will not touch
it as long as the present pool exists
and the stock is manipulated.
11 a.m. The stock market opened
generally firm and higher, but prices
soon fell off J to i on the latter. Wa
bash and Pacifio oommon, at first
board, a firmer tone prevailed, and a
reoovery of i to 1 ensued. Wheat is
moderatety active and io higher.
London, November 2C The Rus
sian Ambassador at Constantinople a
short time ago proposed to the Porte
Territorial arrangements by which the
payment of war idemnity might be
extinguished, but the Sultan was un
willing to give the proposition favora
London, November 2C The com
mittee of Confederate landholders
stato that their programme is, prima
rily by steady and persevering appeals
first to tho puLlio and then to the
Legislatures of the, United States to
bring about the opinion that the timo
has come when tho restrictions im
posed hy the fourteenth amendment to
tho Constitution should boremovtd
so far as it prohibits the Southern
States from effecting an equitable set
tlemcnt of their debts legally con
tracted. The committee repudiate the
idea of embarking in litigation to re
cover Confederate property iu Enrore.
n.110 ficnoumon, tor many years
chess champion of Russia, is dead.
Dublin, November 2G. Phillips,
accountant ot the Laud Leaguo, who
was arrested yesterday under the Coer
cion Aet, recently had a fainting
fit in the street, and while he was un
conscious the papers in bis pocket
were abstraotod. It is believed that
.heso papers were forwarded to the
Castle officials, hence his arrest. Al
though he is not a member of the
League, it is stated that Phillips has
acted as raymastersince Dr. Kenney's
At the municipal election the Mayor
of Drogbeda, who was a candidate for
re-eleetion, was defeated by Mangan,
a "suspect," confined in Dundalk
At a meeting of the managers of the
Cork Savings Bank yesterday, it was
stated that the amount lodged in the
bank tho present year is the largest
since the famine years. .
The Court of the Queen's Bench
has issued a writ of certiorari, remov
ing inte the Queen's Bench Division
all depositions concerning the death
of Mansfield at Ballyraggct, County
Kilkenny, regarding which a verdict
of wilful murder has been returned by
the Coroner's jury against Sub-inspectors
O'Brien and Bouchier, who
commanded the police on the occasion
of the riot there.
St. Pbtersruro, November 2C A
youth, under the pretence of urgent
State business, obtained audiences to
dayet tbo Ministry of the Interior
with General Tcherevihe presiding
over the Commission for Mitigating
the Sentences of Exiles; As soon as
he was admitted he fired a revolver at
the General, but the ball passed harm
lc8sly between his arm and side. The
General secured and disarmed the
youth, who said that he was merely
the instrument of another person.
Paris, November 26. It is stated
that the government has decidod to
withdraw the decree prohibiting the
importation of American pork.
Berlin, November 2G. The Ini
pcrial bank has reduced the rat of
discount to five per cent, ani interest
on advances to six.
Price of t'oal.
Philadelphia, November 2G.
No changes in the prices of coal for
Liverpool, Novembor 20. Bacon
1. c. steady, 48s; s. o. steady, 58s. Lard
prime Western steady, 57s 6d
Turpentine spirits steady, 43.
UM AiU LP
The Memphis) Cooperage and
, Manulnctariuu loin puuy
Make an Assignment.
Ad assignment entered as a deed of
trust was made this forenoon by the
Memphis Cooperage and Manufactur
ing Company. J. A. Hayes is made
trustee. Tho creditors are as follows:
Due Stockholders. ...
.. $ ?.0
.. . 1,7C0
Kt te Notional Bank...
J, W Coohran -.
Total ....-.. ; ..$!0,518
Besides which are several other
claims, the amounts of which are not
given, ibc amount ot assets ia not
stated. The deed provides that the
Trustees may sell the property of the
company to tho highest bidder for
cash, and appropriate the proceeds to
the settlement of tthe indebtedness,
provided the company fails to pay off
said indebtedness prior to Decem
Five arrests in the last twonty-fonr
George McKune was fined 125 for
being drunk and using obsceno lan
Thrco unruly citizens were forced
to wend their way islandward, because
they had not the cash with which to
liquidato their fines.
The stores recently put up in the
City Prison make a decided difference
in the state of the atmosphere these
frosty nights. The place is now toler
ably comfortable Other repairs are
Early this morning officer Plummor
was called on by Steve Campbell, col
ored, to arrest his grown up step
daughter, but as the origin of the dif
ficulty was hard for the officer to get
at he arrested both. The story of
their woes was related to the Judge,
who fined the stepfather $5 and dis
charged the girl. She had been
slapped because she failed to get out
of bed when he did.
A Harder and a Pardon.
St. Louis, November 20. At Hoi
den, near Warrensburg, Mo., yester
day Devid MoConnaghey was stabbed
and killed by a man named James
Sattcrwhite. Satterwhito escaped, as
McConnaghey was a hard character,
having served a term in tho peniten
tiary for horse stealing.
Governor Crittenden has pardoned
John Sweeney, of Mississippi county,
who was sentenced on the 11th of
June, 1878, to the penitentiary for 20
years for murder injhe second degree
A New Factory for Xamhvllle.
We take pleasure in announcing
that a mammoth domestic bpg laotory
is to be started in our city about the
1st of January next by Messrs. Jo.
B. Morgan, at present general man
ager of the Empire Coal Comranv.
and o. U. Hamilton, at present with
the hardware bouse ot J. iW. Hamil
ton x Co., both well known in the
business circles of Nashville. They
avo leased the handsome and commo
dious building on Church street,
now being erected for 'their
factory by Mr. Van L. Kirk
man. Mr. Hamilton will leave in a
few days for Cincinnati, Baltimore and
Newlorkto purchase all necessary
machinery and stocks. In addition to
the manufacture of domestic flour bags
they will also handle ac wholesale a
large stock of paper bags, wrapping
paper and twino. They will operate
the largest factory of the kind in the
south, which their unequalled facili
ties will enable them to do. ouon a
factory is much needed by the large
increase of flouring mills in the south
west. Ve wish the hrm abundant
Gniteaa'a Divorced Wife.
Special to Cineinnatl Commercial
Washington. November "24. Mr.
Dunmire. the present husband o
Guiteau's divorced wife, evidently has
keen eye for business, lie says he
as a photograph of his wife and Guit-
eau, which he proposes to send for and
have copies mado for sale. He thinks
people everywhere will want to see it,
because it shows how badly the lady
looked after experiencing the cruel
treatment at the hands of Guiteau.
Mr. Dunmire also has some minine
stock which he would like to dispose
of. Ho thinks the government ought
to pay him for his time, and for the
substitute he is oompelled to employ
to do his work at home.
Mrs. Dunmire is small and slender
of statue, with dark hair, a prominent
nose and blue eyes. After ber divorce
from Guiteau in New York she came
to Y ashington, and for a year she
found employment in the Trcasu'y
Mr. and Mrs. Dunmire are accom
panied by thoir two children, a boy
aged three years and a girl of thirteen'
months. I bey are stopninc at a auiet
boardinehouse. Mr. Dunmire seems
to be confused about the testimony
his wifa will give. 11 o says she will
testify, for the prosecution, and that
Guiteau is crazy.
Airs. Dunmire s mother was once a
sorvant in the family of Mr. Scovillo,
which accounts tor Guiteau s acquaint
ance with her.
A Betrayed (1'cople.
Jackson Dispatch, 25,
The voice of a deceived and be
trayed people is now. what shall we
do to be saved trom the wickedness of
pledge breakers and bribe takers, in
the passage ot their intamous 100-3
bill, party platforms were violated and
the most solemn promises and pledges
broken by faithless party leaders.
This was all done for personal gains.
They have also attempted to enslave
the people ot this btate for ninety
nine years against their will. Thin
is the most high handed outrage that
has ever been attempted before in the
history of this proud commonwealth,
it would be cowardly m tho extreme
lor the treemcn ot Tennessee to sub
mit to such an outrage. There is no
question but what the iniquitous
measure was passed by fraud and cor
ruption It is a child of the lobby
and official corruption, and therefore
it should be repudiated by all good
Iinmlicrtiou from Tennessee.
Murtreo'boro Free Fress, 25.
While high taxes are pushing many
families out of Tennessee into Texas,
Arkausaw and elsewhere, tho position
in which the last Legislature plaocd
the State is evidently an impediment
in tho way of those who would other
wise settle within her borders. The
condition of the State in this regard
is calculated to frighten capitalists
away. Capital will ecek investment
where it can .operate with the least
oost and to the best advantage; the
capitalist knowing that if his taxes be
bub bis profits will be proportionally
small. Taxes might bo made so hi);h
as to booome prohibitory to immigra
tion. In 'so declarations like trueisms
oommend themselves to the common
sense of every ono, and require do ar
gument. KELIUIOll NOTICES.
Linden Street Christian Church-
Sunday-school at 9 a.m.; Lord's sup
per at i0:JO a.m.; preaching at it a.m.
and 7:30 p.m. J. M. Trible, pastor.
Cumberland Prosbyterian Churoh,
Court street Servioe Ham. and 7:30
p.m. H. A. Jones, pastor.
Second Presbyterian Church, oorner
Main and Beal streets Sunday-school
at 9:30 a.m.. Services at 11 a.m., by
Rev. J. M. Rose, pastor. No night
PATRICK-l)1el. at bis residence. 222
union streot. at hatf-psst ten o clock p. in .
Novembor 25th, 1H-H, John M. Patrick, in bis
aeventy-eignth year. I uuer .l to morrow
Iriundayt afternoon at i p.m. inm the Bo-
ond Presbyterian, church Ocrvito, by Her
Johk Ovkbtox, it.
C. N. G iflT.soa,
Real Estate Dealers,
Agents and Brokers.
Office 264 Stcond Street,
M. K. corner fterond anal t ers.
k'EMPHId, : t s TL'NNESiKE
EALE8TTEbonihtad sold, taxes rail,
rents collected, etc, on eomBiiss.on.
H ATI DUAL
f EtTft at Atlanta.Oa.. on Tl'E"D KY. De
il ee-nberftth. 1 81, and the Mempbla A
Charleston R tilroad will tell aacunion tiok
eU as follows: -
From Kemphts .... .9 fo
" Grand Jauclion.. ... S ft)
Cor. nth 7 25
" Pocalur 5 26
" liuntfville .....- i 75
Tickets will be Bld en SATPRPAY, fe-oem'-er3d.
arid Mondy, I)ooemb-r Hh, lim
ited to continunua pa a.f.-e in bwh dire-ticn.
and irood for Un - ay-, within which ti e the
round trip moat be made t This is an occasion
ef unusual interest, especia ly to puutor-t in
th. ootion arowi. a reriom. and it is exa. cted
thit these low rates "ill induce a U'tst at
tendant, l. s. uaiaai,
75 7 79 81 . ar't.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
200 1-2 MAIN ST., Memphis, Ten.
ear A porfect fit ruarantaed. Particular
attention paid to repairing. 178
Fine Wine3,Whisky, Brandies
OF G. BATJM & CO..
856 Main Nlreet,-
At Greatly Reduced Prices, for Cash.
71 97 A. F.EK1FL, Auigsse.
We are ia reeelpt ofanolher new
line of CARPETS, eomprUing
all the latest deaign., whlets vre
r o fieri on mt prices to smt tbe
OTK ItEDBOOM SETS are con
ldered the greatest bargains
ever oilered to tbe mempbia
We desire to call opeelal atten
tion to our AXF.-SK AT II AIRS
I lata! never fail lo sell after being
examined and priced.
Oar WIX'DOW MIIADF.S are
marvels ot beauty, and we only
ask an inspection ol'luem beiore
Bemcmber, the place to Eft
Bargains ia Furniture aud Cat
pels Is at '
Riley Bros. &Baer's
340 Main Street.
Near Union, : Memphis, Tenn.
To the Elite of Memphis
MONS. A. MOREL,
NOW atoppine at Gaston's Ilctel. re'mov
instantly and permanently Superfluous
Hair, Kreokics Wa-ts Moles, Rlrtb Marks ,
or any detect in the skin, highest city reltr
ones o-. application.
or sts .-snn beautified, hanl
made white, finaer nails alicncd-haiied nnd
tose tinted, and all ailments of the l.-t-l
ripwifice sent to any part of the world.
Permanently looatod: JNilwaal.ee, Win .
P. O. Bel 20J, wuioh will receive pm-nit
GEORGE V. TURNER,
Carpenter and Builder
Shop In Pear of Hotel Claren Jo.
S-SDclal attention to Job Work.
Made to Measure!
THE SHIRT, TAILOR,
269 1-2 Main, 0pp. Court Square
Perfect Fit and Satisfaction War
ranted. MATERIAL AND MAKE TUE BEST.
May's Medicat'd Flannel Underwear
Prevente CbilU and Rheumatism.
TI1Jt-T,,nt"t "."'i I'r)tet Kloolc oj
A. J. ENS EL,
Dealer la loves and rnraltare,
Qaeenaware, Tinware, tllaaaware
and General Assortment ol Good.
. 1 78
MRS. C. H. FITTS
BKG8 leave to notify the poblio that Prof.
Anton Streleiky will take charge of the
vo-al department f her Private Conserva
toire. i tRMS Class letsons, W por month. Pri
Tate lensona. t!2 per month, M M
Dividend Notice. '
MmPHiiCurFiKisD 8nkai Inn. Co.
lit Madiso Svantr.
AT a meetint ol tho Board of Di'rectora,
held this day, a
IMwIdf ad of Five (5) Per Tent
on the capital atock waa declared and ordered
to be credited on the stock nntea of tbe Com
pany. By order of the Board.
Ir KM APfKlUUN, President.
Ilanar J Lrss. Caihl.r. 60 f&
And Repairing Establishm erf
406 MAIN STB EST.
A LL work done noitly, In first-claa style
rV and at lower pricos than elsewhero. Sat
isfaction ruaranteel in all casea.
rMendinf and oleanint furs a ire-'U'ty.
To Country Merchants
'PE -lose condition of thinua brinsa a rn
I erl purpose on the part of ''Af'UL
fOnSTRV MERCHANTS lo make apeeial
ei.ri oi.a m me purcnue ot lueir winter sup
Appreiitln and commending the wisdom
of .i.'S policy, we have, IN ORDER 'O FUL
LY VEKr ir.suppli dnurselves withatil)-s-KRB
8T"CK of s ich PTAPLK8 as are dHy
reded byTUK WOHKIN 1'K' t'l.K of the
counter. V-e.-oh.nts, therefore, WII'i HaVK
CASH TO SHtND, are confidently invited to
look in npon h. UNUSUALLY fine stock
NOW cpeoin by ua to furnith theeouuna
WH. R. MOORE & CO,
Wholesale Dry Goods Notions
AND MEN'S FURNISHINGS,
Ho. 393 Main St.. Memphis, Tnn.
J. C. OATES & CO.
New & Second-Hand Engines,
. Boilers, Pumps, Bellfng,
Jas and Means Pipe and Fitttugs
No. SIO Front Ru-eec.
srAll kinds second-hand machinery bought.
sold nd ex-na- a.a it n
S, II. Dcxscovb, W. B. GiLnKJUTB.
F. M. Kilbok, Soc'y.
OF MEMPHIS, TENN
No. 22 Madison Street.
TV. U. M AI.LOKX,
W. B. GALBRKATU,
R. L. COCUaA.V,
, I1ANAUER, N. KONTAiNK,
. H. MuDAViTT, A. V ACCARO,
Bluff City Terra Cotta Works
MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF
Stone Jugs, Jars, Churns, Etc.
SHELBY St., bet South and Georgia.
Oar Fall and Winter Stock ol
Hay been reeelved and la
end ' aosie In aftyle, mislie,
quality or ebeSrtaeM la prlee.
ALL OUR GOODS ARE NEW
AND FRESH !
220 U&b, Cor. Adams.
-..vim RMtla and Nstoee auade l
operand a utvranl-l.
TryMloKee' s 65 c
C3Tr. 4 -mi-